I am a former college professor (Ph.D., Psychology), businessman and researcher on computer-based training and performance tools. I have taught statistics, experimental design, technical writing and various subjects and levels in college psychology, including introduction, personality theory, research methods and psychological measurement (i.e. testing). My specialty is statistics, and in addition to teaching I have served as a statistics consultant on technical publications in areas including psychology, chemistry and medicine. I also teach algebra and geometry, since I believe that a strong foundation in the basics is essential for success in all technical fields. Once the basics are mastered, the rest is straightforward. My teaching approach is both intuitive and technical, and I use real world examples whose characteristics we all already know, so we each bring a lot of prior knowledge to solving the problems.
I have published a number of articles in academic journals, and can teach you how to write in journal-article format (and also improve your overall writing skill). For those whose work requires writing competitive proposals and grant applications, I have written winning proposals and successfully managed programs totaling over $60M. I have taught students of all ages from high school through graduate students, and I especially enjoy working with adults who want to learn new skills and are going back to school after being in the real world.
I look forward to working with you and contributing to your success.
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